To distract from his own administration’s failures, Trump has turned to some of the U.S.’s oldest nativist tropes.
Calls are growing in the New York City epicenter of the pandemic to release people from Rikers Island.
Cuba has also deployed doctors to Venezuela, Nicaragua, Jamaica, Suriname and Grenada.
Kushner has thrown out the established government plan on pandemics in favor of the directives of corporate executives.
Texas lawmakers and other observers reacted with alarm to Lieutenant Gov. Dan Patrick’s remarks on Fox News.
If Trump blows off the COVID-19 warnings, we the people must refuse to listen.
Grocery workers are working for us at considerable personal risk; we need to act now to protect them.
Doctors are facing a desperate lack of supplies, and tests continue to lag.
Obama’s former Immigration and Customs Enforcement director is calling for the release of thousands from detention.
A chaotic distribution plan is buckling under a big problem: Nobody has enough.